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editor patricia wool 

assistant editor lynn Johnson 

classes cindy sedran 

faculty Janet brownstein 

activities debbie white 

sports debbie gardner 

organizations beth morrison 

advertising merna richelson 




CLASSES 
Page 7 





ACTIVITIES 
Page 121 



FACULTY 
Page 134 



CANDIDS 
Page 156 



SPORTS 
Page 86 





ADVERTISEMENTS 
Page 127 



ORGANIZATIONS 
Page 53 



GREEKS Page 106 




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IN MEMORY 

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A DEAR FRIEND 

CHARLES GUSTAVUS ROGERS 




As we pass through this life 

Filled with all its pain and strife 

His memory lingers deep within our hearts 

The happy memories that cannot depart 

Nor he diminished by the winds of time 

Though he spoke his words in quiet rhyme 

His strength lay in his kindness 

And we with heart felt gratefulness 

Are thankful he touched our lives with his love 



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Pennie Abel • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 



Sandra Allen • B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



David Andersen • B.B.A. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 




George Anthros • B.A. 
Greenlawn, N.Y. 



Darlene Baehr • B.A. 
New Orleans, La. 



James Baker • B.B.A. 
Chamhlee, Ga. 




Genis Benzion • B.B.A. 
Israel 



Pamela Brodsko • B.A. 
Marion, Pa. 



Janet Brownstein • B.A. 
Columbia, S.C. 




Cliiick Christiansen • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 



Mary Christopher • B.A. 
Tucker. Ga. 



\^ ynell Christy • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 




Charles Collins • B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Cece Cook • B.A. 
Louisville, Ky. 



Randy Daiteli • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 




Rohert Davies .B.A. 
Hollywood. Fla. 



Gary Deck • B.A. 
Lancaster. Pa. 



Richard Uonohoe • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 




Thomas Douglas • B.B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Frank Dunn • B.B.A. 
Marietta, Ga. 



Chri.-lopluT Eckert • B.B.A. 
Gladwvne. Pa. 



\ alerie Fakess • B.A. 
Winter Park, Fla. 



Rich Dupre • B.S. 
Flushing, N.Y. 




Harry Feldnian • B.B.A. 
Rockville, Md. 




Ronnie Few • B.A. 
Austell, Ga. 



Jamie Friedman • B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Jon Galhraith • B.B.A. 
Ft. Myers, Fla. 



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1 trri Giiisbiirg • 15. A. 
Balacynwyd, Pa. 



-Nathan Goldlnirg.H.B.A. 
Norfolk. Va. 



Gh-nn (/(jldciiiiorii • H.B.A. 
Silver Spring. Md. 




Silvan Grady • B.A. 
Tucker. Ga. 



Fani Graham • B.A. 
Diiluth. Ga. 



Stephen Greennian • B.B.A. 
Bethesda. Md. 




Kathleen (ioeek • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 



(Gloria llartlegree* B.A. 
Atlanta, (ia. 



arr\ llarkin- • B.S. 
Suehes. Ga. 



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Joey Hitzig • B.A. 
Miami, Fla. 



Scliwantz Hoople • B.B.A. 
Yougesit, N.Y. 



Nancy Johnson • B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Thomas Jont's • B.B.A. 
Montgomery, Ala. 



Alan Knniansky • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 



John Larkin • B.A. 
Dayton. Ohio 



Kim Hulsey • B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 




Alviii Jordan • B.B.A. 
Ellaville, Ga. 




Margarete Maine • B.B.A. 
Gnlf Breeze, Fla. 



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Joaiiiif Marliii • H.A. 
(Chattanooga. Tcnii. 



Emily McGregor • B.A. 
Deratur. Ga. 



Slophcii Malloii • H.JJ.A. 
Atlanta, (/a. 



Scott M.Adoo.H.H.A. 
B.-tl..Mla. M(l. 




Gharlin Alcrnaii • H.A. 
Coral GaMcs. Fla. 



Beth _^lorri^on • B.A. 
Atlanta, (ia. 




Daniel jMuncli • B.S. 
Stamford. Conn. 



Cihiuk l'ahi;k> • B.A. 
Sa\ annah. (ki. 



Dana Pliillip^ • B.A. 
North Kin;:-lo\N n. R.I 



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Alice Richardson • B.A. 
Jacksonville. Fla. 



Tosiiihiro Sahara • 15. 
Tokyo, Japan 



Bill Rickard • B.B.A. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Penny Rubin • B.A. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 




Aurelia Sands • B.A. 
Miami. Fla. 



Dehhie Scheinherg • B.A. 



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t/iiy Scull • B.A. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Cindy Sedran • B.A. 
Greenville, S.C. 



Jeff Stone .B.B.S. 
Closter, N.J. 



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Hugh Strickland. B.A. 
Orange City, Fla. 




Christopher Tsherwood • B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 





Manila Turner. B.A. 
Atlanta. Ga. 




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Atlanta. Ga. 



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Graham \^ood« B.B.A. 
Diinwoodv. Ga. 




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Brciula Alt<riiiai 



Jane Aiulrcw,- 




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Corliss Armstrong 




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Suzanne Bfiiatar 



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Monica Bloom 



Richard Boassv 



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Bill B^ ril 




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Samuel Christopher 



Cynthia Cone 



Stephan Cowan 





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Deborah Cox William Crawford 




Ted Cummings 




Janet Dalv 



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Marshall Davidoff 



Frank Dav 




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Bill Davton 



Steve Defoor 



J<'iiiiif('r Denny 



Deedv Drvnian 



Steve Dvcr 




Luis Echeniendia 



Peggy- Estes 



Michael Fi.-.linian 



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Bob Fornian 



Arnio Frank 



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Debbie Gardner 




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Steve Glasier 



Robert Gliiion 




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Peter Harrison 



Jerrv Hauser 




Bill Hol)b^ 



Steve Hoeliberger 



Deborah Holill 



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Jacqueline Howe 



Malcobii Hutchiiigs 




Ken Hutchinson 



Steve Isaacsons 



Martha Jacobsen 



Tanva James 



Christine Jolinson 



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Colbv JohnstotK 



Keller Jones 



Mill Keniion 




Jiinniy kirtlaiid William Kilchin III 




Richard Maior 



Keith Kroiiish 



Lisa Levi IK 



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Tonv Ijongarzo 




Debbie Losner 


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Lviida McCord 




Jolin McK, (• III 



Darr McKeown 



Cliris McMartin 



DoiHia MfMillaii 



Joliti Mf^ illiain? 




Debra Monvek 



Pal Moore 



Robert Moore 



Joliii Miirra\ 



David Nadlir 



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George O'.Neil 



Cindy Painter 




Sharon Peterson 



Liz Poer 



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Beth Poliakoff 



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Larry Pritcliard Stt-plicii PnuUioiuiiK' AJnia Pinkill 




t»uitlo Kaso 



Katliorinc Roa<l Mark Restiick 



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Anita Roberts 



Dennis Rocselor 



Allen Rodgers 



Gail Rosenberg 



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Stetson Rowles 



Alan Rubenstoin 



Marsha Russell 



Clark Saxton 



Bob Roth 




Jeff Sell aefer 




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Lori Schwartz 







Jini Shad 




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John Silsbv 



June Silverstein 



StepJianie Sinunonds 



Cindy Sir 



Mark Slaw 



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Glenn Streidel 



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Bernard van der Lando 



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Donald Young 



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BOAR'S HEAD 



Steven Campbell 
Richard A. Green 
Alvin J. Gruskin 
Larry Harkins 
Dennis R. Harrison 
Bruce W. Johnson 




Gary L. Deck, President 



The purpose of this organization is to promote a high level of 
achievement and scholarship among the male student population of 
Oglethorpe University by sponsoring the annual Boar's Head 
Ceremony. 



Joseph J. Oddo 
Guy H. Scull 
Ronald S. Sherman 
Dennis M. Wheeler 
Graham H. Wood, Jr. 




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PHOTO COMMITTEE 




Jav Trcoii and John Murry 
(Not pioturod) took pictures for tlie Yamacraw. 



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ALPHA CHI 



The Georgia Gumma Cliapter of Alpha Ghi, h'd hy Dr. Phil Neujhar as the 
sponsor and Gary Deck as the president, published the Oglethorpe Student 
Directory and also awarded two one-hundred dollar scholarships to 
members of the freshmen class. This national honorary society has as its 
purposes the promotion and the recognition of scholarship for students in 
the academic divisions of colleges and universities of the United States an<l 
other countries. Barbara Ostipwko acted as the vice president while Claire 
Coles and Graham Wood were the secretary and the treasurer, 
respectively. This organization's long list of members included: Sandra 
Allen, Elese Culpepper, Valerie Fakess, Laura Fantini, Janice Gallashaw, 
Kathy Gocek, Susan Grady, Barbara Greco, Richard Green, Patricia 
Griffith, Jane Hohnes, Jeffery Horn, Bruce Johnson. Bettv Kujawski. 
Nancy McClosky, Debbie Menshaw, Joseph Oddo, Brenda Parsons, 
Thelma Randall, Guy Scull, P.J. Sullivan, and Martha Turner. 




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BLACK CAUCAS 



Different lectures and Black History Week, which was from February sixteenth to 
the twenty-second, were some of the activities sponsored by the Black Caucas, 
along with parties and dances. The group of Black students, under the direction of 
Mr. Roger Dottin, promoted the general welfare of Black students and all of 
Oglethorpe's population. 

Aurelia Sands held the presidency, while Barbara Howard was the secretary. Vice 
president for the past calendar year was filled by Kathy Wells, and the treasurer 
was Rodnev Lucas. Denyl Mance heads the list of members as the publicity 
chairman for the organization. Pamela Jackson, Tanya James, Shelia Williams, 
Marilyn Bivins, Walter Tupps, Audrea Winsbush. Debra Walton, Glenda Clark. 
Lvnda McCord. Corliss Armstrong, Cynthia Cone, and Sharon Pierce were some 
of the interested participants. 



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Aurelia Sands as the president tried to 
encourage solidarity, insure academic 
and social justice, and promote the 
general welfare of students. 




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OGLETHORPE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



The Ofjiclliorpc Student Association, inori' coninionlv ktiown 
as llic OSA. was lit-adctl by I'liil (llianil)rrlain. Its |»iirpos<' 
was to provide for th<' orderly operation of'tlie affairs of the 
student body of ( >{;l<'tlior|>e I niversilv and to promote the 
coinniou goals and interests of tliat group. It also strived to 
promote cooperation among students, faculty, and 
administration. G(»veriunent here at ( )gletliorpe is basically 
self-goyernnient. Sam Christopher budget«'d the money for 
the various student organizations as he acted as treasurer for 
the OSA. Roberts Rules of ()r<ler wer<' followed in every 
Senate meeting, with the help of the parliamentarian. Ken 
Hawko. During the month of March, Joey Hitzig volunteered 
for the position of vice president of the Senate, \omiallv. 
there would have been five main officers: president, vice 
president, secretary, treasurer, and parliamentarian. 
Most of the work of the OSA was shown to the students 
through the workings of another organization, the Social 
Committee, led by a board of several students. Movies and 
dances were planned by this very busy segment of the 
Oglethorpe Student Association. 




SR. CLASS 

Tom Douglas, President 

Chuck Christiansen 

Hugh Strickland 

Mike Ayers 

Alice Richardson 




JR. CLASS 

Matt Perry. President 

Sherri Baker 

Pam Crystal 

Roberta Steen 

SOPH. CLASS 

Gail Rosenberg. President 

Barbie Hirshfield 

Steve Gibbs 

Tricia Wool 

Nancy Holtzman 

FRESH. CLASS 
Howard Hersh 
Mary Green 
Deborah Cox 
Terri Prieser 
Steve Dver 



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THE STORMY PETREL 




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THE STORMY PETREL 



EDITOR H..I. l'..i.iiKi.i 

SPONSOR Dr. Jol.iina Sliaiiip 

NEWS EDITOR K.vin Fii/.patri<k 

MANAGING EDITOR Howard Pousn.r 

COPY EDITOR Jan L.wis 

ACTIVITIES EDITOR Dian, I.vun 

AD LAYOUT K,ll>r Jon.s 

BUSINESS MANAGER K, i. Iia«ko 

PHOTO EDITOR f.vnda W rolxl 

OPERATIONS MANAGER Jim (;<.o.hnaii 

SALESMAN ShlonK. R<i(iiiaii 

Tonv L<'e 

Roport<'r.s Carolyn .\grin 

Gary Deck 
Janie Foanistor 
Stov<> Campbell 
Jaek -Skellon 
Pam Jaek.son 
Patrick Long 
Lisa Levine 
Walter ropj»s 
Alan Rubcnstein 



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Editor of the school newspaper, Bob Foreman 



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PHI ALPHA THE AT A 




Phi Alpha Theta is a national honorary society for 
students of history. This year the Sigma Signia 
Chapter at Oglethorpe University hosted the 
Georgia State Convention and sponsored several 
programs on campus featuring guest speakers. 
Officers for this year were: Guy Scull, President; 
Steve Campbell, Vice President; Doug Metcalf, 
Sec.-Treas. Dr. J.B. Key served as the Chapter's 
advisor. Members include the following: Sandra 
Allen, Linda Daniell, Frances Eerharts, Mary 
Graydon, Jeff Horn, Barbara Howard, Elizabeth 
Kujawski, IVancy McCloskey, Beth Morrison, 
Barbara Ostipwko, Martha Turner, and 
others . . . 




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THALIAN SOCIETY 




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The Thalian Society was founded at old Oglethorpe in Midway. 
Georgia, in 1835. It began there as a debating society but later at 
new Oglethorpe in Atlanta it became a literan,- club. At the 
present time it is a philosophical society encouraging the study of 
philosophy in the broadest sense through discussions and 
presentations of papers on various contemporary philosophical 
problems. Gary Deck served as President of the organization and 
Dr. Philip Neujehar as the advisor. 



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Patricia Wool was the editor of the Yamacraw 1974-1975. 



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YAMACRAW STAFF 




Discussing the yearbook plans with 
Tricia Wool are her Assistant Edi- 
tor Lynn Johnson, her Faculty Edi- 
tor Janet Brownstein, and her Or- 
ganizations Editor Beth Morrison. 
Helping the yearbook staff with i- 
deas, Liz Graydon added much enthu- 
siasm. 



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MORE YEARBOOK STAFF 



Liz Graydon helped where it was 
definitely needed. She sparked 
many of the dav students into 
desiring an annual and into 
wanting to save the Yamacraw. 




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AND MORE STAFF 




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DORM COUNSELOR 




If a woman in Tracr Hall ever needs assistance, to whom does she 
turn? If she is locked out of her room or needs a light bulb or is 
having room-mate problems, to whom does she turn? The Resident 
Assistants for the first semester were Valerie Fakess and Barbara 
Ostipwko, while Lynn Johnson and Patricia Wool became 
responsible for the last half of the year. Dorm Counselors for the 
first semester included Jackie Stein, Lori Schwartz, Sue McGhee, 
Merri Gill, Beth Morrison, Susan Birnbach. Annette Friant, 
Sherri Katz, Terri Prieser, Cindy Sedran, and Patricia Wool. 
Mrs. Fostine Womble and Mr. Terri Scritchlow were the 
Resident Directors for the Women and Mens' Complexes, 
respectively. Parties, sports events, and sewing circles were 
among some of the activities sponsored for the women. One such 
party was given in honor of the graduating seniors in the dorms 
— both Traer and Goodman. 



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WHO'S WHO 




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Gloria Hardegree, Secretary-Treasurer 




Sandra Allen 

Debbie Avery 

Sherry Baker 

Janet Brownstein 

Claire Coles 

Rebecca Colwell 

Elese Culpepper 

Virginia Edwards 

Valerie Fakess 

Laura Fantini 

Vicky Gardner 

Nathalie Glass 

Kathy Gocek 

Susan Grady 

Pani Graham, President 

Marv Graydon 

Barbara Greco 

Gloria Hardegree, Sec. Treas, 

Jane Hohner 

Barbara Howard 

Myung Kim 

Betty Kujawski 

Jayne Leslie 

Nancy McCloskey 

Emily McGregor 

Joanne Martin, V. President 

Beth Morrison 

Judy Nesmith 

Barbara Ostipwko 

Joanne Pair 

Brenda Parsons 

Thehna Randall 

Aurelia Sands 

Cheryl Smelley 

Allison Stewart 

Darlene Stone 

P.J. Sullivan 

Deesi Thurston 

Martha Turner 



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STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 




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ORATORIO SOCIETY 






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SIGMA ZETA 




On March 4, 1971, a national honorary society in 
science was formed of Oglethorpe University's canipus. 
Sigma Zeta promoted the study of science on the 
campus. Bucky Colwell acted as the President, while 
Dr. Goslin was the Sponsor. The Alpha Nu Chapter 
hosted several speakers, such as Dr. Raphael and Dr. 
Zinsmeister. 



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SIGMA ZETA 




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The ^ amacraw staff wants to apologize to the manv organiza- 
tions we have not mentioned. For various reasons, all of 
which we are truly sorry, we were not able to recognize them. 
As many will remember, many organizations had their pic- 
tures taken two. three, and even four different times. 



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CHEERLEADERS 



The 1974-1975 cheerleaders for 
the basketball team were: Kim 
Bonner. Jamie Friedman. Susan 
Grady, Colby Johnston. Janis 
Rosenberg, and Cheryl Smelly. 





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Larry Hanson returned to start 
with the Stomiy Petrels this 
year. His jumping ability and 
quickness definitely helped the 
team. Good vertical reach and 
physical size were two major 
qualities that George Hood, a 
freshman, had this year. A Pre- 
Med major, Darr McKeown, 
aided the Petrels with his 
outstanding jumpshot, strength, 
and speed. A man to have 
definitely watched this year was 
Ricky McCord. He was a 
returning starter at a wing 
position, and probably one of 
the best athletes Oglethorpe has 
ever had. 



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Coach Bill Stewart led the Petrels for his second year here at 
Oglethorpe. Even though this was his second year as Athletic 
Director and Head Baskethall Coach. Mr. Stewart plaved for 
the Petrels from 1961 until 1964. Ray Morgan (not pictured 
here) served as Sports Information Director, wliieh entailed 
home game promotion, spurt.^ >tatisties. and Sport.- Pul)lieation 
Director for the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 
and as the Baseball Program recruiter during the siunnier. 
Mike Blaekman. luimber 54. and Steve Frev. a fre>linian 
plaved for the Petrels this year. Randy Harris. 61". wa- a good 
jumper and a good shooter for the team. 



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MORE BASKETBALL PLAYERS 






Al Grushkin of Memphis, Tennessee, was one of 
two seniors of the basketball teani. Al was given 
the nickname of "Pete" because of his ball 
handling ability and outside shooting. Mike Ayers 
was the manager of the team for this past year. 
Because of his sincere devotion to the team. Mike 
earned the title of "Super-Manager." Chris Reid, a 
Sophomore of 150 pounds, was quick and 
therefore, made a good one-on-one player. 



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Allen Rogers played at Doraville's 
Sequoyah High and there was rated one 
of the top players in the state. His good 
outside shooting range and jiunping 
ability made him a key member of the 
Petrel Squad. A good ball handler with a 
good shooting range, Garry Sams was 
another asset to the team. He was 
number 42 on the team and weighed 165 
pounds. 



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Tommy Sams, Garry Sams' brother, had a deadly 
outside shooting range. Another freshman and an 
asset to the team was Tommy Watkins. He 
played in both forward and center positions. 
Tony Definitely helped the Petrels with his 
shooting range and his rebounding ability. 




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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Tom Douglas. President 



Jack Skelton, Social Cliairinan 



Scott McAdoo, V ice President 



Jeff Carrels. Secretary 



Dennis Wheeler, Treasurer 



Under the direction of Dean MacConnell as advisor, the Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council helps to co-ordinate Greek activities on campus in 
such a way that it strengthens the Greek System and also helps to 
build a stronger student body. Through participation in such 
activities as the Student Senate, Greek Week, Intermurals, and 
the Red Cross Blood Drive, this is achieved. 



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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



Tom Douglas led the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity this year, as he was president. They promoted brotherhood and ex- 
emplified the principles and ideals of their founding fathers. Participating in Greek Week, Intermurals, a Christmas 
Orphanage Party, and the Student Association, all helped to show their concern with other men. Chuck Christiansen was 
the Vice President, John Larkin the Treasurer, Bob Gregory the Chronicler, Marc Ball the Secretarv. Tom Jones the Cor- 
respondent, and Jack Skelton the Chaplin. The other members of the fraternity included: Kevin Cooper, Bill Byrd, Darryl 
Price, Roger Dickerson, Marc Danneman, Bernard Van de Lande, Pat Moore, Robert Moore. Jinmiy Kirtland, Stetson 
Rowles, Blake Christoph, Clark Saxton, Ben Bishop, Tony Longarzo, Chris McMartin, Harold Lovinger, Jim Shad, John 
Kennon, Bill Kennon, Warner Kennon, Greg Fowler, Gary Martin, Bob Weiss, John Mc Williams, Scott Sloan, Skip Morris, 
and Joe Bloomenstein. Nancy Barrett led the Little Sister of Minerva's as the Sweetheart of the Fraternity. Tricia Wool 
was the President of the Little Sisters, which included: Gayle Feuhr, Gretchen Sobelton. Judy Howard, lone Smith, Bonnie 
Long, Marie Christiansen, Lynn Johnson, Carol Ann Beale, Alice Richardson, Beth Morrison, Annette Friant, Lori Sch- 
wartz, Tabb Jones, Darlene Baehr, Vicki Roberts, Yvonne Hunter, and Joey Hitzig. 



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Ogh'thorpc's only sorority, Chi 
Omega performed services for 
the school and community. The 
spirited sisters participated in 
the Empty Stocking Fund and 
held an Apple Polishing Tea for 
the faculty. During the holiday 
season the girls put up a 
Christmas tree in the cafeteria. 
This year's members were: 
Valerie Fakess, Tricia Wool, 
Alice Richardson, Beth 
Morrison, Deesi Thurston, 
Debbie Gardner, Debbie White, 
Karen Vaccaro, Helen Howard, 
Judy Howard, Erwin Smith. 
Kim Bonner, Kate Stanley, 
Colby Johnstone, lone Smith, 
Lori Arnold, Betsy Gosnell, 
Katherine Read, Peggy Estes, 
Donna McMillan, and Debbie 
Steeb. 




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CHI PHI FRATERNITY 




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Rho Rho Delta Chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity 
played interniural football, hasketball, and 
Softball. They also participated in Greek Week 
and IFC. Their fund raising project for this year 
included collecting money for U.N.I. C.E.F. They 
hope to one day have a fraternity house on campus 
and also to promote the social and academic 
activities of the Greeks on campus. Dana Phillips 
was the President; Terry Kelly the Vice 
President; Dennis Wheeler the Treasurer; Jeff 
Carrols the Secretary; Bob Shaffer the House 
Manager; Keith Kronish the Historian; and the 
list of members included — Jon Galbraith, Jack 
Durrance, Kenny Richter, Bill Kitchin, Kenny 
Mogell, Matt Perry, John Nolting, Bob Roth, Glen 
Streidel, Joe Berger, Jay Bernkrant, Pete Crockin, 
Arnie Gale, Jerry Houser, Steve Rosen, Alan 
Rubenstein, and Wesley Sutton. 




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KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY 




We want to apologize to the Brothers of the 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity for not having a group 
picture of them in this year's annual. 




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KITCHEN STAFF 




Thanks from the members of the Kitchen Staff 



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My sincere appreciation to tlie following dedicated professors and 
members of the staff at Oglethorpe who. by their outstanding 
ability and kindness, have helped me achieve my goal: 

Mr. G. Malcolm Aiiierson 

Mr. James A. Bohart 

Dr. Barbara R. Clark 

Mr. William A. Egerton 

Mrs. Cleo Ficklin 

Mrs. Carrie L. Hall 

Dr. Herbert M. Henry 

Dr. Elizabeth Ann Jones 

Dr. John Knott 

Dr. Henry S. Miller 

Mr. James R. Miles 

Dr. David K. Mosher 

Dr. Philip J. Neujahr 

Mrs. Hilda Nix 

Mr. Philip F. Palmer 

Mr. Joel Reeves (d) 

Dr. Jacob Remeta (d) 

Dr. David N. Thomas 

Dr. George W. Waldner 



Mary Ellen (Liz) Graydon 
Senior — 1975 




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PATRONS 



THE YAMACRAW WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE: 

Malcom Anierson 

Thomas L. Camp 

William A. Emerson 

H.C. Howard 

Sidney Kernion 

John Knott 

Kay MacKenzie 

Dave Mosher 

Bob Mathis 

John Trevaskis 

Martha Vardeman 



"Compliments of a Friend" 



Brookhaven Pharmacy 
4001 Peachtree Road, N.E. 



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AMERSON AND HARRISON 




Dr. Malconi G. .4mersoii . . . 
Di-an of the College . . . a very 
iimlerstaiiding persion . . . very 
willing to help the students. . . . 
William H. Harrison . . . 
Baseball Coach . . . Teaches 
Cheniistrv . . . Graduated from 
Oglethorpe and the Universitv 
of Georgia 



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GOSLIN, MILLER, NEUJHAR, KNOTT AND 
SULLIVAN 



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Dr. Roy Goslin . . . Physics. ... Dr. Henry S. Miller 
. . . "Fine institution, friendly atmosphere" . . . Member 
of Phi Beta Kappa . . . Member of Alpha Psi Omega. 
. . . Dr. Philip Neujhar . . . Philosophy. . . . Dr. John 
Knott . . . "An opportunity for education through 
personal contacts in addition to classes". . . . Mr. Ch. 
Sullivan . . . Admissions 



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ABRAMS AND BILANCIO 




Bruce L. Abrams . . . Director of Counseling and 
Placement. . . Need a job? . . . Have vou decided 
upon a career? . . . B.A. in SociologA* at State 
Universitv of New \ ork at Buffalo . . . M. A. in 
College Counseling and Student Development at 
Hunter College. . . . Leo Bilancio . . . Historv 
teacher. . . Excellent Teacher! 




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BOH ART, CHANDLER, CLARK, THOMAS, AND 
EVANS 





Mr. James A. Bohart . . . Choral 
Director . . . Music Appreciation 
. . . All other music courses ... "I 
am very happy to be a part of this 
university" . . . Mr. Thomas 
Chandler . . . Librarian . . . 
Dr. Barbara Clark . . . English . . . 
Ph.D. from University of Georgia 
. . . M. A. from University of Kansas 
. . . B.A. from Georgia State 
University. . . . Dr. David Thomas 
. . . History . . . Western Civ. . . . 
Bob Evans 





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KEY, FUSILLO, AND HENRY 





Dr. J. Brien Kev . . . History . . . 
Phi Alpha Theta. ... Dr. Robert 
Fusillo . . . Literature Courses. . . , 
Dr. Herbert M. Henry . . . Biologv' 
. . . "An Excellent Small College 




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JAEGER AND MATHIS 






Lauretta Jaeger, R.N. 
... St. Joseph's School 
of Nursing . . . 
Oglethorpe B.S. Post 
Nursing . . . Call the 
Nurse ... I am sick. 
. . . Robert A. Mathis 
. . . Director of 
University Center . . . 
Director of Student 
Activities . . . Co- Ad- 
visor for IFC . . . 
Cheerleader Sponsor 
and Oratoria . . . 
Attended Northern 
Illinois University 



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CLELAND AND MACKENZIE 



Candv Clelaiid . . . Assoriate 
Director of Admissions. . . .Dean 
Kay MacKenzie . . . Dean of 
Student Affairs . . . Advisor to 
Oglethorpe's Children's Theatre 
. . . Drama Cliih . . . Alplia Psi 
Omega . . . Oklahoma Baptist 
University B.A. . . . Florida State 
University M.A. 





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SCRITCHLOW, MOSHER, AND RAPHAEL 



Terry Scritclilow . . . Dirrctor of Men's Housing 
. . . B. A. -PsyehologA, M.S. -Education — Both 
were from Southern Ilhnois University . . . Dr. 
David K. Moslier. . . . Taught Math . . . B.A. 
from Harvard . . . Ph.D. from (Georgia Tech. 
. . . Great Teaclier. . . . Dr. Robert B. Raphael 
. . . Associate Professor of Math and Flivsics 




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ALEXANDER AND BOWEN 




G. Douglas Alexander . . . 
Director of Development. 
. . . Linda C. Bowen . . . 
Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 
. . . B.B.A.. M.P.A.. Ph. D. 
from Georgia State 
I niversitv . . . C.P.A. from 
Georgia State Board of 
Accountancy 



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GOLDSTEIN, KNIGHT, AND KING 



Marvin S. Goldstein . . . Lecturer in 
Psychology'. . . . Dr. David W. 
Knight . . . Education Teacher . . . 
Involved in S.>.E.A. . . . Ph.D. 
from Florida State University. . . . 
Rita King . . . Art Appreciation 






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MILES 



James R. Miles . . . Professor of 
Business Administration . . . A.B. 
B.S.. University of Alabama . . . 
M.B.A., Ohio State University 




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VARDEMAN AND THOMPSON 



Dr. Martha H. Vardeman . . . 
Taught Sociolog\- . . . 
"Interesting stuilent-bodv, 
congenial faculty" . . . B.S. 
Auburn University . . . M.S., 
Ph.D. University of Alabama. . 
F.E. Thompson . . . Education 
. . . "nice location" 





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MACCONNELL AND WHEELER 



Elgin F. MacConnell. . . . George 
F. Wheeler . . . Professor of 
Physics . . . A.B. Ohio State 
University . . . M.A. California 
Institute of Teclinology 





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JONES AND STROZIER 



Dr. Carlton H. Jones . . . Statistics, 
Finance, and Calculus Teacher . . . 
Involved in ASA and SCCA . . . 
Received his Ph.D. from University 
of Michigan. . . . In his spare time, 
he drives formula vee race cars in 
amatuer sport car races. . . . W.A. 
Strozier . . . Foreign Languages . . . 
"^ onderful place to teacii" . . . 
A.B. in 1919 from Emory University 
. . . M.A. in 1924 from University of 
Chicago 





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TALLEY 




T. Lavon Tallev . . . Taught Education Courses ... "I oiijoy the small college 
atmosphore of Oglethorpe University and the privilege of knowing students well 
. . . Received his Doctor of Education from Auburn University . . . Sponsor ol 
S.X.E.A. . . . Member of Phi D.lta Kappa (PDK) . . . Member of National 
Education Association (NEA) . . . Member of Georgia Association of Educators 
(GAE) . . . Member of Georgia Teacher Education Council . . . (^hief 
Institutional Representative, American Association of Colleges for Teacher 
Education (AACTE) 



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SHAMP AND OTHERS 




M. Johanna Shamp . . . Taught different 
Psychology Courses . . . COMMENTS ABOUT 
OGLETHORPE — "hang in there." . . . Bill 
Stewart . . . Not pictured . . . "The school has 
improved tremendously in the year and a half I 
have been associated with it." . . . Basketball and 
Tennis Coach. . . . Dr. Theodore Rosen . . . Not 
pictured . . . "With the correct instrutional 
environment, Oglethorpe students can flourish." 
. . . A.B., Franklin and Marshall College . . . 
M.S., University of Bridgeport . . .Ph.D., 
University of Conneticut. . . . George W. Waldner 
. . . Not pictured . . . "A good teaching 
environment . . . Involved in Oglethorpe 
University Politics Club . . . Phi Alpha Theta . . . 
A.F.N.I.A. . . . Sewell P. Edwards . . . Chief 
Security and Marksmanship . . . Attended Georgia 
Police Academy . . . University Georgia Police 
Public Relations . . . "Its like coming home after 
six years with ten years prior service." . . . Fred 
Baldwin . . . Track and Cross Country Coach . . . 
Atlanta Track Club — Past President 



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■:>„• ■>;•., 

Oglethorpe University has entered an exciting and / 

cl||iUenging era in its history. The graduating class of 1975 '> 

over file past four years has seen the transition of Oglethorpe . - 
University into a cooperative enterprise wherein the student '"■^^ '-^; 

body and the faculty are involved in the administration of the "^^' 

institution. Though a great deal has been accomplished at J 
Oglethorpe since 1967 in regard to its educational program, 

its student body, the physical plant and the endowment, these d 

accomplishments will pale into insignificance in comparison * 

with what will be accomplished in the next eight years vvilh Ij 

the enthusiastic support^ of the faculty and students. During "' ' 

the past, Oglethorpe has demonstrated that a small, private , '^ 
liberal arts college can be a viable, exciting and successfiil en-,"^^ 

terprise. Oglethorpe's physical plant is in better condition "'*' 

than ever before in its history. Its endowment is much larger '^ 
than at any time in its history, M ^V^ 

America needs colleges like Oglethorpe; Georgia and '» 

Atlanta need Oglethorpe; the faculty and students need ?* 
Oglethorpe. America needs students who are alert and welF^K^, 

educated. Part of their education is their participation, along '^ 

with the faculty, in the educational enterprise. The founda- *, 

tion for greatness has been provided. Looking into the future, ?* 

it is as Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. said, "Life is action and ' 

passion. I think it is required of a man that he should share i 
the action and passion of his time at peril of being judged not 
to have lived." 

Paul Kenneth Vonk, President 



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It all seems sad right now to add the finishing touches on the 
Yamacraw 1974-1975. I want to apologize for all the problems 
that the book carried, but I definitely want to thank the people 
who helped make it possible. 

My sincere thanks to Lynn Johnson, my assistant editor, and to 
Bill Wolfe and Ross Henderson for putting up with me and my 
questions." Charlie Anderson deserves a special pat on the back 
for the cover — thank you! Beth Morrison, Joey Hitzig, Liz 
Graydon, Dean MacKenzie, and Tom Douglas are very much ap- 
preciated for their devotion and their aid. Thank-you very much 
for everyone's help. 

PRODUCTION INFORMATION 

Editor: Patricia Wool 

Publisher: Hunter Publishing Company 

Representative: Bill Wolfe 

Photographers: Jay Treon, John Murry, and Patricia Wool 

Size: 9x12 

Pages: 164 

Press Run: 250 

Paper Stock: Matte 

Class Photographer: Joe Samples of Samples Studios 

Type Style: Bodoni 

Headline Style: Palatino No. 142 



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